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I can't ever remember him putting his arms around me. For example, living in Brighton, I would see other families on holiday together but we never went away on a family holiday. 'I wasn't academically gifted so I felt I had to prove myself.
I was a little guy, not particularly goodlooking, who wore glasses and who had a famous father.
'He was a complex man, whose abiding passion was his career,' adds Tom.
'He was always at his happiest when he was centre-stage.' Strangely for a man who made his name as an archetypal Yorkshireman and who came to love Holmfirth - the town where Last Of The Summer Wine was filmed - as a home from home, Bill Owen was a working-class boy from Acton, West London.
I did tell a lie once - something to do with a fish I pretended I had caught - and he gave me a real roasting.'Bill had a friend called Jack Grossman, a jeweller who had connections with the theatre.His wife, Vera, was one of those people who was a good shoulder to cry on and I remember pouring my heart out to her.I compensated by telling gags, by becoming the class clown.At home, I'd mix with working-class kids from Newhaven and Rottingdean but I never felt comfortable with them.' Tom's mother was a failed actress and a social butterfly who loved the Brighton set and their endless parties.